Gary Ballew, Port of Pasco director of economic development & marketing, stands at the agency’s former Marine Terminal area on the Pasco shoreline of the Columbia River. It is one of two Pasco areas being studied as potential sites to locate the Tri-Cities Public Market.
Gary Ballew, Port of Pasco director of economic development & marketing, stands at the agency’s former Marine Terminal area on the Pasco shoreline of the Columbia River. It is one of two Pasco areas being studied as potential sites to locate the Tri-Cities Public Market. Bob Brawdy Tri-City Herald
Gary Ballew, Port of Pasco director of economic development & marketing, stands at the agency’s former Marine Terminal area on the Pasco shoreline of the Columbia River. It is one of two Pasco areas being studied as potential sites to locate the Tri-Cities Public Market. Bob Brawdy Tri-City Herald

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